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Monday, January 25, 2010

Convict Richard Davis appeals to Mo. Supremes

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Richard Davis, who was convicted of killing Marsha Spicer in 2006, is arguing that his trial wasn't fair because prosecutors showed duplicate images -- both video and stills -- from a video that Davis and his girlfriend made of the assault on Spicer. The images were so violent that showing duplicates was prejudicial, his lawyers argue.

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